Quantum vs. Classical Physics
Hi everybody! Check out the July issue of "Scientific American." There is a great article that summarizes the issues physicists have with reconciling the "spooky" (Einstein's word) quantum phenomenon where objects can exist in multiple places at the same time, etc. and the problem the classical physics (and larger objects) doesn't seem to have the same qualities. Classical physicists are reluctant to accept the influence the observing human mind has on matter where quantum world is suggesting the observing mind is fundamental in the process. It is that quality that lends support to what the Buddhist, ACIM and other communities say about how most of the world has cause and effect backwards. We are not the product of the universe but we (the collective mind) create the universe. Check it out!